Vital & Fit: The Quick Path to a Clear Mind/Belastbar & Fit [German Edition]
As countermeasures, the author presents four methods which form the main sections of her book: Yoga/Qi Gong, Breathing and Mediation, Music Therapy, and Brainfood. Join Angelika to learn some exercises that can be easily integrated into daily life. Her chapter on smartphones is a particular highlight. The author deals with both the physical problems associated with excessive smartphone use (neck problems, hand malposition) and the impact of digital overload on our bodies and minds. She even provides exercises to combat \u201csmartphone thumb\u201d and incorrect neck posture.
About Angelika Ahrens:
Famous for her regular appearances on Austrian television as the host of economic news shows and NY-correspondent, Angelika Ahrens has devoted her life to teaching yoga and anti-stress techniques. Angelika is a certified Kundalini Yoga teacher and Qi Gong Healer. Her method is considered in companies as burnout prevention. She has been teaching managers as well as students at NYU university how to focus better and how to get rid of stress and get new energy immediately. Angelika made it also to the semifinal of \u201cDancing with the Stars\u201d in Austria with concentration exercises.
NEUE CUISINE The Elegant Tastes of Vienna\nRecipes from Walls\u00e9, Caf\u00e9 Sabarsky and Blaue Gans
By Kurt Gutenbrunner written with Jane Sigal\nPreface by Ronald S. Lauder, Foreword by Rene\u00e9 Price, and Essays Janis Staggs\nPhotography by Ellen Silverman\nIn association with the Neue Galerie New York
Hardcover / 224 pages / 8.74\u201d x 10.6\u201d / 150 color illustrations / $45 U.S.
ISBN: 978-0-8478-3562-1 / Publication date: October 2011
\u201cEveryone should know what a wonderful piece of apple strudel tastes like, or a crunchy light Weiner Schnitzel. To have created a home for this kind of food\u2014and wine and culture\u2014at Walls\u00e9, Caf\u00e9 Sabarsky, and Blaue Gans just makes me happy.\u201d\u2014Kurt Gutenbrunner
Sharing signature recipes from his beloved trio of New York City restaurants\u2014Walls\u00e9, Caf\u00e9 Sabarsky, and Blaue Gans\u2014acclaimed chef Kurt Gutenbrunner offers his modern take on the culinary heritage that has inspired him in NEUE CUISINE: The Elegant Tastes of Vienna (Rizzoli; October 2011).
One of the first cookbooks to feature not only Austrian cooking but also its sophisticated legacy of art and design, this book showcases the history and allure of the Viennese caf\u00e9 and restaurant traditions that Gutenbrunner has brought to his own establishments. Covering Cocktails and Starters; Soups and Salads, Main Dishes; Side Dishes; andDesserts, NEUE CUISINE\u2019s more than 100 delectable (and accessible) recipes include traditional Viennese specialties, as well as modern dishes highlighting the use of fresh-from-the-market ingredients.
Home cooks will be delighted to find recipes for dishes such as \u201cBavarian-Style Pretzels,\u201d \u201cChestnut Soup with Viennese M\u00e9lange,\u201d \u201cHalibut with Cucumber-Dill Sauce and Chanterelles,\u201d \u201cGreen Cabbage with Granny Smith Apples,\u201d \u201cFresh Herbed Quark Sp\u00e4tzle,\u201d \u201cLinzertorte,\u201d and other delicious Viennese fare. An illuminating essay by Janis Staggs, Associate Curator at the Neue Galerie, about Vienna at the turn of the century captures the singular elegance of this dynamic period. A number of informative texts on Wiener Werkst\u00e4tte tableware and cooking techniques complete this definitive Viennese culinary tome.
Beautifully photographed with period tabletop accessories and art from the Neue Galerie that captures the elegance of Vienna in 1900, this cookbook is destined to become a classic on Austrian cuisine.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Kurt Gutenbrunnerhas received numerous accolades for updating traditional Austrian cooking. Jane Sigalwrites for the New York Timesand is a contributing editor at Food & Wine. Ronald S. Lauderis the cofounder of Neue Galerie, New York, Museum for Austrian and German Art, which is the home for Caf\u00e9 Sabarsky. Ren\u00e9e Priceis the director and Janis Staggsis the associate curator of Neue Galerie. Ellen Silverman\u2019s photographs have appeared in leading lifestyle magazines.
Credit for the book must read: \u00a9 NEUE CUISINE, by Kurt Gutenbrunner written with Jane Sigal, Rizzoli New York, 2011. Images \u00a9 by Ellen Silverman from NEUE CUISINE but may not be reproduced in any way, published, or transmitted digitally, without written permission from the publisher. For information please contact Nicki Clendening at (646) 330-4878 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neue Cuisine: The Elegant Tastes of Vienna: Recipes from Walls\u00e9, Caf\u00e9 Sabarsky and Blaue Gans
By Kurt Gutenbrunner written with Jane SIgal\nPreface by Ronald S. Lauder, Foreword by Rene\u00e9 Price, and Essays Janis Staggs\nPhotography by Ellen Silverman\nIn association with the Neue Galerie New York
Hardcover / 224 pages / 8.74\u201d x 10.6\u201d / 150 color illustrations
Rizzoli New York
Publication Date: October 2011
This is a fantastic, top-quality Gr\u00fcner Veltliner from the Steinhaus vineyard made into a Sekt. Start your dinner the festive way and taste one of the finest Sekts from Austria.
Also available by the bottle.